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Leading from the Heart 

Brandon and Brenda's handicapped cousin, Bobby, visits the Walshes and a mutual attraction between him and Kelly is complicated more by others assumptions than by Bobby's wheelchair. ... See full summary »

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Brandon and Brenda's handicapped cousin, Bobby, visits the Walshes and a mutual attraction between him and Kelly is complicated more by others assumptions than by Bobby's wheelchair. Meanwhile, David tries asking Donna out on a date. Brenda finally gets her driver's license on the third try, but is hesitant to drive Brandon's car. Also, Emily joins the school newspaper just to be near Brandon. Written by Anonymous

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10 October 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Gordon Currie, who plays Bobby Walsh, later played Colin's drug dealer, Danny Five, in season 6. See more »

Quotes

Brenda Walsh: We abandoned Bobby when we left Minnesota.
Brandon Walsh: I got the feeling we abandoned a lot of people.
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References The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) See more »

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Romantic
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Written by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Karyn White
Performed by Karyn White
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Leading from the Heart (#2.11)
27 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

An episode about the cousin in a wheelchair coming for a visit.

I think they handled the whole thing about being handicapped very well. They had somebody who was over protective, Brenda (which is a goo choice as she usually is a bit over patronizing). They did show how Kelly was liking him and was not used to his reactions because she didn't have the experience yet. And we got to hear how Bobby felt about all that, this was actually very well written. Just as was Brandon's feelings of guilt. And everything Kelly said to Bobby when she came to talk to him in the morning.

An too bad that Donna could not bring David. I am excited about him asking her on a date.


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